Forestry publishes refereed papers on all aspects of research, practice and policy that promote the sustainable development of forests, woodlands and trees. In considering suitability for publication attention is given to both the originality of contributions and their practical application. Preference is usually given to work undertaken in the temperate and/or boreal zones; only articles of exceptional merit from tropical zones will also be considered.
Journal - Forestry: An International Journal of Forest Research
- Successional and structural responses to overstorey disturbance in managed and unmanaged forests
- Dynamics of dead tree degradation and shelf-life following natural disturbances: can salvaged trees from boreal forests 'fuel' the forestry and bioenergy sectors?
- Global modelling to predict timber production and prices: the GFPM approach
- Assessing height changes in a highly structured forest using regularly acquired aerial image data
- Arguments for a model-dependent inference?
- Bayesian calibration and Bayesian model comparison of a stand level dynamic growth model for Sitka spruce and Scots pine
- Synthetic herbicides were more effective than a bioherbicide based on Chondrostereum purpureum in reducing resprouting of Rhododendron ponticum, a host of Phytophthora ramorum in the UK
- Evidence against planting lodgepole pine monocultures in the cedar-hemlock forests of southeastern British Columbia
- Effect of thinning on wood density and tracheid properties of Scots pine on drained peatland stands
- Bioenergy vs biodiversity: effects of intensive forest biomass removal on stream and riparian communities